Around 830kms of driving but actually only 45km or so is the Nullabor. That refers to the Aboriginal meaning of ‘treeless plain’ and the highway only skirts the bottom of that expanse. But most people mean the sealed highway running from Ceduna to Cocklebiddy and skirting the Great Australian Bight.
Which is spectacular, by the way.
There was some driving along the old Eyre Highway.
And we picked up our fourth (original first) state: Western Australia, Northern Territory, South Australia and now WA again.
Such a long day. My pax have all gone to bed and I am about to do the same. I am preparing all the menus and stores for the next tour (I leave five days after I get back and I have family obligations with my brother so not really any down time); it does honestly feel like I operate on full speed or stop. Full speed is looking like lasting until September!